Taking a leap into audio production—without starting with a book—independent publisher Story Plant teams up with an author and a new work…about authors.
Rather than focusing on a single country or region, BookExpo’s Market Forum sessions this year address several territories and issues on May 31.
The combination of the UK’s leading book industry awards with the ‘Nibbies’ produces The Bookseller’s broad picture of a robust and busy books community.
In one of her books, Fauzia Minallah says, ‘the sky is filled with so much light that the people are able to see their own mistakes.’
More books are published in Francophone Canada than in Canada’s English-language regions. Here’s how Canada Council supports the country’s bilingual culture.
The two-store history of Paris’ bookshop Shakespeare and Company is recounted in a book the shop itself published last autumn.
‘Agents like us are acting in areas that used to be the publishers’ territories,’ says Anna Soler-Pont, reflecting on 25 years of her Pontas Agency.
Citing robust international publishing output and efforts to tackle problems, Bloomsbury’s Richard Charkin gives an overview at Abu Dhabi.
The culprit-of-choice for the new report’s ‘downturn’ in e-reading is ‘screen fatigue.’ And the usual confusion follows a data-challenged overview.
Calling books ‘like glue, binding peoples together,’ the International Publishers Association’s president stresses commonalities over controversy in China.